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WHT certificate for India as per quarterly return

Hi

We are maintaining the Fiscal year for India company code as January to December based on global tempate requirements.

However when we are trying to print WHT - TDS certificates for Jan-Mar 11 quarter, system takes the new number range starting from 1 (which is maintained for year 2011). But we require the certificate number to continue from December 10 onwards. The same issue will repeat when we print certificate for April-Mar 11 quarter as the system will take the pick up the number sequencially from previsous quarter based on the fiscal year assignment. Please help me how to resolve this issue?

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Murali

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    Posted on May 25, 2011 at 05:34 AM

    hi

    use two No Groups and assign to company code

    for Ex Apr to Dec 1 to 100 2011 group1

    Jan to Mar 101 to 200 (continuation from End of the previous No Ranges) group2

    satish

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    • Hi Satish

      Thanks for the solution. I hope it works. The only problem for this is that the users have to approach the functional consultants to change the number group twice in a year. But the solution provided by you is better than going for a custom development.

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      Thanks

      Murali

  • Posted on May 25, 2011 at 03:30 AM

    Dear:

    The reason behind this is that number ranges in FI are mostly kept fiscal year dependent as you can see them in FBN1. Number ranges are started from new as soon as new fiscal year starts. This is for your information.

    Regards

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